Many fans still remember the grandeur of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" when it was released back in 2003. The blockbuster hit was critically acclaimed by both fans and critics and it even got 5 Oscar nominations. Unfortunately, the following movies of the series became less and less interesting and franchise seemed lost. However, the latest movie, "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" is promising enough to give life back to the dying franchise.
Hollywood's biggest studios have gathered in Las Vegas Nevada for the CinemaCon and preview the upcoming films. Jack Sparrow's 5th adventure film was one of the many that was showcased in Caesar's Palace and apparently, the film is off with a great start as reported by Comic Book. The huge host of critics that attended the event gave many thumbs up on the upcoming pirate film.
A lot of critics credited the actors who starred on the movie for their spectacular performances especially the front man Johnny Depp who reprised his role as the iconic Captain Jack Sparrow. The visual effects of the film were also highlighted saying that what the fourth installment lacking was filled up by the successor plus more. One of the critics also claimed that "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" has the most heart since the first installment.
According to Hollywood Reporter, distributors, theater owners, film critics and some journalists expressed their reactions on Twitter after they save the movie. One of them, credited Javier Bardem with this amazingly good and menancing performance as the notorious Armando Salazar. With all the positive feedbacks that the films are riding on, the new film sill surely redeem the franchise from its slump.
This wave of good remarks will put the movie in a strong momentum and promising start. Surely, the anticipation rating for "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" is through the roof. Captain Jack Sparrow is slated to hit the theaters once again on May 26, 2017.